Our Team

Meet our Team!

Christina Foutch, OTR

Christina Foutch earned her degree in Occupational Therapy from San Jose State University. Her clinical specialty is in the area of geriatric care. Her focus in Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, Stroke and SCI rehabilitation allows our clients and caregivers an unmatched resource. She is skilled in the areas of physical disabilities, behavior modification techniques, and adaptive equipment, allowing increased independence, mobility and safety in our client’s homes. Her occupational therapy interventions include home safety evaluations, initial assessments, Advanced Caregiver training and fall prevention education.

Christina is also a resource to the geriatric community through educational workshops on topics that include Fall Prevention, Nutrition and the Aging Adult, Dementia, Exercise, and many other topics. She is a proud member of the Oregon Healthcare Association, MSN and Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior, Healthy Aging Division (SNEB).

 

 

Amy White, RN

Amy White has been a registered nurse for 17 years and is a Graduate of Portland Community College School of Nursing. As an RN she specializes in Acute care, in center hemodialysis, and community based nursing delegation. Amy’s primary experience with delegation has been for the geriatric and disabled population.

Amy is passionate about providing an in home environment that maximizes the independence of our clients, and recognizes that our caregivers bear a great responsibility to provide compassionate care to your family members. With that in mind, she will provide training, education, and continuous monitoring for each caregiver to work within the guidelines of the Oregon State Board of Nursing rules and regulations.

 

Clay Foutch

Clay Foutch has been in the In-Home Care business in the Portland area since 2007. As President of Home Matters Caregiving, his greatest skill is in assembling a qualified team to carry out his company mission. His goal is to provide exceptional 24hr care to the aging population at an affordable cost, and to do so with a medically competent team. Clay feels strongly that the best way to serve our aging population is by providing In-Home Care with the utmost respect and competence allowing our seniors to remain in their home and independent for as long as possible

 

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